Italian Herb & Traditional Balsamic Vinegar
Our Italian Herb Extra Virgin Olive Oil has been artisan-crafted with fresh picked herbs. Oregano, Basil, Garlic, and Rosemary are carefully cold-pressed with just-harvested California olives to create a savory flavor fusion. It is buttery, with rich herbal aromas, and a hint of spiciness.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, fresh herbs
· This olive oil is pure decadence drizzled on pizza tossed in pasta.
· Pour some in a dipping dish, sprinkle with fresh parmesan cheese and serve with a loaf of warm bread!
· Roast vegetables and potatoes tossed in this oil.
· Brush over grilled meat.
· Perfect for a salad dressing alone or paired with almost any vinegar.
· Try it in place of butter when making grilled cheese sandwiches.
· Fabulous for a caprese salad or just drizzled over a bowl of warm tomato soup!
This balsamic vinegar from Modena, Italy is so smooth you could sip it after dinner. It is very versatile and can be paired deliciously with almost any olive oil or used alone. Use it as a drizzle on aged cheeses, cured meats, and fresh fruit or as a dessert sauce for vanilla ice cream and strawberries or as a marinade for your meats. This should be a definite staple in your pantry.
Grape Must, Wine Vinegar
Recipe Idea: Meat Marinade
· 1/2 cup Tasteful Additions Italian Herb Olive Oil
· 1/8 cup Tasteful Additions Traditional (or any flavor) Balsamic Vinegar
· 1 tsp Sea Salt
· 1 tsp Freshly Cracked Black Pepper
Mix all ingredients together and marinate meat.
Recipe Idea: Prosciutto Fig Balsamic Bruschetta
· ½ pound prosciutto
· 1 cup arugula
· 1 pound of fresh mozzarella
· 1 baguette
· Italian Herb Olive Oil
· Traditional Balsamic (or Fig)
1. Slice Baguette into ¾" slices and arrange flat on a baking sheet. Brush tops with Italian Herb Olive Oil. Broil on high until toasted.
2. In a small bowl toss arugula with 1 Tbs. of Olive Oil and salt + pepper to taste. Allow to soak for 10 minutes.
3. On toasted baguette slices stack cheese, then arugula the prosciutto.
4. Drizzle with Balsamic Vinegar.
Enjoy and Eat Well!
- asha Waterstreet